Friday, October 23, 2009


LET'S NOT BE COY. Or naive. But instead, know that all men have sinned. None is perfect. But the truth must win out. To that end, let's take a look at the second part of a five part exposé on the past and contemporary face of Islamic slavemongering in Africa, a tradition that stretches back 1400 years to the very foundations of a single Arab warlord named Mohammed.

Remember, not all Muslims have owned slaves. But as it consistently pointed out. Islam is unchangeable. Islam via the Noble Qu'ran allows for slavery. Furthermore, Islamic slavery throughout the ages has been documented, but that documentation is being kept hidden. Find out by whom, and why. View the entire series as it is posted here.

Here is a link that will surprise many who think that Bill Clinton's America was supporting the correct side in the Bosnian-Croat conflict.

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Tuesday, October 20, 2009


THIS IS THE FIRST OF SEVERAL CLIPS which should encourage anyone with a keen interest in the true history of international slavery to seek and accept modification of those horrific glass darkly episodes of the past, resisting not the continuing flow of previously hidden information out of partisan ignorance or fear or feelings of guilt or self-righteousness, but embracing the truth because not only does the truth set one free it also leads to an expression of relevance for today.

For we in the West continue to wake up to the realization that there is much to relieve in terms of human suffering around the globe if we would just finally accept this challenge and this burden to face the enemy and thoroughly defeat the menace called Islam. As conscientious Americans who love and thrive in liberty, we each must connect the dots. The ultimate reward for our energies and our sacrifices is in freeing billions of people from the miserable clutches of a brutal and totalitarian regime treacherously cloaked in ill-fated religious trappings.

In related news, Somalia’s hardline Muslim extremists have been ordering women to shake their breasts at gunpoint to see if they are wearing ‘un-Islamic’ bras. Women are being publicly whipped for wearing undergarments, as it is ‘deceptive’ and violate Islam.

The insurgent group Al Shabaab has sent gunmen into the streets of Mogadishu to identify any women who appear to have a firm bust, said the residents. The women are rounded up for inspectio to see if the firmness is natural or the result of wearing a bra.

Al Shabaab, which seeks to impose a strict interpretation of Sharia law over all Somalia, ask women to remove the bra and shake their breasts. This vicious band of thugs are also whipping men caught without a beard, has also banned movies, musical ringtones, dancing at wedding ceremonies and playing or watching soccer. Welcome to life under the wild beast that each tribe transcribes for itself as sharia.

Brutality is simply the name of that game. We've got 1400 years of proof to show you, you who have not intentional blinded and deluded yourselves for the sake of God knows what...

All this heavy-handedness by the Somalian booby patrol puts a whole new perspective on those women in the 1960s and 1970s burning their bras to declare their independence from men and their world of contradictions and oppression, although I think I do detect a slight similarity of some folks with certain tendencies to feign disgust at all things Western...

One might erstwhile wonder where these thugs get their weapons.

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Wednesday, October 07, 2009


EVER THOUGHT YOU NEEDED 25 proofs that show why Adolf Hitler and his Nazi Party were more perceptively a leftist movement, and not the vast right wing conspiracy that we often hear tossed around the bustling marketplace of ideas these days? Probably not. Probably never occurred to most of those who spend their time trying to paint American constitutionalists with the same brush that Hitler painted his Germany that perhaps the dear Left has been projecting yet again, and as such, is dead wrong about as many things which produce true liberty as does the right, yes, the right, even if we can't agree on ALL the finer details...

But don't dismay, here is that list.

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Tuesday, October 06, 2009


In an article by Robert Fisk published in THE INDEPENDENT, the crisis of the American dollar in oil dealings is explained a little deeper than was known the last time we visited this topic. More former allies have agreed to leave the dollar, thus hastening its demise.

IN THE MOST PROFOUND financial shift in recent Middle East history, Gulf Arabs are planning—along with China, Russia, Japan and France—to end all dollar purchases for oil, moving instead to a basket of currencies including the Japanese yen and Chinese yuan, the euro, gold and a new, unified currency planned for nations in the Gulf Co-operation Council, including Saudi Arabia, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait and Qatar.

Secret meetings have already been held by finance ministers and central bank governors in Russia, China, Japan and Brazil to work on the scheme, which will mean that oil will no longer be priced in dollars.

The plans, confirmed to The Independent by both Gulf Arab and Chinese banking sources in Hong Kong, may help to explain the sudden rise in gold prices, but it also augurs an extraordinary transition from dollar markets within nine years.

The Americans, who are aware the meetings have taken place—although they have not discovered the details—are sure to fight this international cabal which will include hitherto loyal allies Japan and the Gulf Arabs. Against the background to these currency meetings, Sun Bigan, China's former special envoy to the Middle East, has warned there is a risk of deepening divisions between China and the US over influence and oil in the Middle East. "Bilateral quarrels and clashes are unavoidable," he told the Asia and Africa Review. "We cannot lower vigilance against hostility in the Middle East over energy interests and security."

This sounds like a dangerous prediction of a future economic war between the US and China over Middle East oil—yet again turning the region's conflicts into a battle for great power supremacy. China uses more oil incrementally than the US because its growth is less energy efficient. The transitional currency in the move away from dollars, according to Chinese banking sources, may well be gold. An indication of the huge amounts involved can be gained from the wealth of Abu Dhabi, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar who together hold an estimated $2.1 trillion in dollar reserves.

The decline of American economic power linked to the current global recession was implicitly acknowledged by the World Bank president Robert Zoellick. "One of the legacies of this crisis may be a recognition of changed economic power relations," he said in Istanbul ahead of meetings this week of the IMF and World Bank. But it is China's extraordinary new financial power—along with past anger among oil-producing and oil-consuming nations at America's power to interfere in the international financial system—which has prompted the latest discussions involving the Gulf states.

Read it all.

But here is a more sober take from a poster whose handle is Solomon2, posting on Debbie Schussel's blog covering the same story within the context of a book review. This leveled advice smiles upon the survival of dollar, but cautions that all is not well. Read on...

It is possible for these parties to destroy the dollar, but by doing so they would sacrifice a great deal of their own wealth (in dollar-denominated assets) and future income (because of the worldwide depression caused by such a crash.)

After WWII the U.S. accounted for 50% of the world’s GNP. Thus there was really little alternative to using the dollar—that the British pound held its own for two more decades can be attributed to the economic influence of its fading Empire. Now the U.S. represents under 30% of world GNP and is no longer the world leader in providing capital, so it makes sense to revive the 1970s mechanism of the SDR for capital growth. Eventually the dollar will come down and manufacturing revive compared to the financial and services sector. It’s all quite natural—though we will have to get used to the fact that we cannot enjoy the benefits of great seignorage much longer.

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